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Sylvester Stallone

Sylvester Stallone
Sylvester Stallone (July 6, 1946 - ) is an American actor who is known for starring in such films as Rocky and First Blood.
Sylvester Stallone (July 6, 1946 - ) is an American actor who is known for starring in such films as Rocky and First Blood. « Show less

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  • Kelsey Grammer trades 'Frasier' for villains and tough guys

     Kelsey Grammer trades 'Frasier' for villains and tough guys
    With his stentorian voice and pompous whiff of erudition, Kelsey Grammer cemented a spot in TV history playing Dr. Frasier Crane for 20 years, first on "Cheers" and then on "Frasier." But now, since Grammer's 2011-12 Starz series "Boss" effectively...
  • Watch: Stallone, Schwarzenegger and Snipes in 'Expendables 3′ Trailer

    Get ready for one last ride. The full trailer for the third installment of the Sylvester Stallone-fronted action hero franchise has been released, showing plenty of brawn and brawls from Sly and fellow stars Arnold Schwarzenegger, Jason Statham, Terry...
  • 'Supermensch' shows how show business is a family business

    You may feel you're a better person just for having watched "Supermensch: The Legend of Shep Gordon." Gordon, personal manager to musicians, celebrity chefs and film royalty such as Michael Douglas and Sylvester Stallone, andfriend to everybody,...
  • Plan would change Philadelphia's 'Rocky' steps

    Plan would change Philadelphia's 'Rocky' steps
    A proposal to change the steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, made famous in the "Rocky" movie, is not definite, architect Frank Gehry said Thursday. Plans for a major expansion of the museum, unveiled to the media on Thursday, call for a 24-foot...
  • CANNES: Dean Devlin's Electric Entertainment Secures $50 Million

    Dean Devlin's Electric Entertainment has secured $50 million in a combination of corporate and production credit facilities from First Republic Bank. The coin will be used to continue Electric's expansion of TV and feature film production along with...
  • Cannes Film Review: 'A Hard Day'

    A hit-and-run lands a cop in more trouble than he could ever have imagined in "A Hard Day," a South Korean police thriller that finds helmer-scribe Kim Seong-hung handling a taut yet elaborately plotted narrative with poise, control and near-faultless...
  • Cannes Film Review: 'Foxcatcher'

    In "Capote" and "Moneyball," Bennett Miller gazed into the souls of real-life American iconoclasts launching bold and unexpectedly costly new enterprises, a theme that the director has now taken to powerfully disturbing extremes in his great, brooding...
  • El lado oscuro de Hollywood y un 'western' hacia el este en Cannes

    El lado oscuro de Hollywood y un 'western' hacia el este en Cannes
    El canadiense David Cronenberg presentó en Cannes el domingo una cinta sobre un Hollywood infectado por el sexo prohibido, apuñalamientos por la espalda y varios fantasmas, mientras que Tommy Lee Jones dio un giro al western tradicional en una peligrosa...
  • At Cannes, revelatory filmmaking trumps star power

    At Cannes, revelatory filmmaking trumps star power
    CANNES, France — A comedy black enough to pass for India ink and, unlike so many grotesque comedies of modern manners, a film with just enough moral seriousness to make it stick, director David Cronenberg's “Maps to the Stars” defies...
  • Will the Tony Awards be a 'Beautiful' night?

    Will the Tony Awards be a 'Beautiful' night?
    NEW YORK — Especially in this weirdest of Broadway seasons, this year's Tony Awards (June 8 at Radio City Music Hall) really are two separate contests. There is the public contest, where presenters hand out the trophies, packs of producers race...
  • 'Supermensch' documents Shep Gordon's rise to success in Hollywood

    'Supermensch' documents Shep Gordon's rise to success in Hollywood
    When Shep Gordon was a struggling manager in the late 1960s working with one client — the equally impoverished rocker Alice Cooper — they used to hang out in the wee hours of the morning at Canter's Deli, where a "Rebel Without a Cause"...
  • Sly Spreads the Love at 'The Expendables 3′ Press Conference in Cannes

    CANNES -- Expressions of affection for fellow action stars, playful competitiveness, and a fondness for violent movies abounded at "The Expendables 3" press conference in Cannes Sunday, along with a large helping of wise-cracking banter. Sylvester...